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59% Of Idaho Voters Unaffiliated

As Idaho’s May 20 primary election approaches, 59 percent of Idaho’s registered voters remain unaffiliated, Secretary of State Ben Ysursa told a gathering of Idaho Republican Party members this morning at the party’s state headquarters. That means when those voters arrive at the polls, they’ll be free to affiliate with the GOP and vote in the closed Republican primary, or to choose other options, including voting in the Democratic primary or voting the non-partisan ballot only, which includes judicial races. Those who already are affiliated with another party – Democrat, Constitution Party or Libertarian – won’t be able to vote in the GOP primary races/Betsy Russell, Eye on Boise. More here.

Question: Do you want to join me in thanking the schemers now in control of the Idaho GOP for depressing voter turnout by closing their publicly funded primary?




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